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Justin Siewierski
Justin Siewierski
Title: Assistant Sports Communications Director
Phone: 860-297-5281
Email: justin.siewierski@trincoll.edu

The Trinity College Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Justin Siewierski to serve as the Assistant Director of Sports Communications, effective in August of 2019. Siewierski comes to Trinity from Merrimack College, where he was the primary media contact for seven of the Warriors' 23 varsity programs. Siewierski was a member of Merrimack's athletic communications department during the school's transition from NCAA Division II to Division I. Additionally, he served as the primary contact for the Division I women's ice hockey program, working with local and national media during the team's fourth season as a member of Hockey East.

From 2017-2018, Siewierski served as the director of broadcast media for the Sanford Mainers of the Northeast Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL). He worked with all aspects of game day media operations, including the setup and teardown of live broadcasts, pregame and postgame interviews, game recaps, all aspects of social media, and served as the play-by-play voice of the team during its 44-game regular season. He has spent the last three years working with the National Federation of High School Athletics (NFHS) and Granite State Sports Network to promote and broadcast high school athletic events in New Hampshire and Maine, including the first charity broadcast of the CHaD New Hampshire East-West All-Star football game. Additionally, Siewierski has been contracted by Northeast Sports Network and Harvard Athletics for broadcast duties.

Siewierski graduated from Plymouth State in 2018, where he earned his bachelor's degree in English with a minor in professional communication. He spent all four of his undergraduate years building the sports broadcasting platform, serving as the play-by-play voice for 10 of the University's 24 varsity sports. He also spent four years working for the University newspaper, The Clock. After serving one year as the sports editor, he spent two years as the Editor-in-Chief, running a bi-weekly print that reached over 35,000 copies a year.